A facility specifically intended to handle brackish water, which is a mixture of freshwater and seawater or saline water found in specific geographic locations, is known as a brackish water treatment plant. While less salty than saltwater, brackish water frequently has greater concentrations of dissolved salts and minerals than freshwater. In places where freshwater supplies are few or polluted, brackish water treatment plants can provide as a supply of drinkable water. In cooling towers at some industrial sites, treated brackish water is used because it prevents mineral accumulation and scaling.
Q: What is the purity level of the water produced by this plant?
A: The purity level of the water produced by this plant is 99%.
Q: What is the voltage requirement for this plant?
A: The voltage requirement for this plant is 220 volts.
Q: Is this plant suitable for domestic and commercial use?
A: Yes, this plant is suitable for domestic and commercial use.
Q: Is the plant easy to install and maintain?
A: Yes, the plant is easy to install and maintain.